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Oregon Scientific ATC3K and ATC5K

Posted by DaveC | July 28, 2008 | 3 comments so far

Oregon Scientific ATC3K helmet cam
Anyone who has looked at our films on Vimeo will have seen what the rather neat Oregon Scientific ATC2K helmet cam can do. Well they’ve just upped the stakes.

The ATC2K is a self contained camcorder idea for extreme sports as it is weatherproof and shock proof. It comes with all manner of mounts and is powered by 2xAA batteries and records to a standard SD card. Connection to your PC is via a USB cable and if you check out our Vimeo videos you can see what sort of results you can get with it helmet mounted.

However, mine is going on eBay tomorrow! The ATC3K and ATC5K have been announced and the ATC3K Action Cam is currently available for sale.

It comes with a wider lens and improved CMOS sensor plus it’s capable of accepting 4Gb cards.

The ATC5K has an even wider lens, an LCD display and remote control:

Gearlog: Oregon Scientific ATC5K camcorder

Time to save the pennies!

Filed under 2008, News in July 2008

DaveC

About the author

Dave's been riding seriously since about 1997 and is one of the founding Molefathers — along with Matt and Mark — that came up with the idea of a MTB website for Mole Valley riders.

He's had several different bikes but it's now mainly 29ers in Dave's stable, apart from an Orange 5.

Current Bikes: Orange 5, Salsa Spearfish and Kona Big Unit

There are 3 comments on ‘Oregon Scientific ATC3K and ATC5K’

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  1. Daniel says:

    Looks like the new ATC5K are now here too..

  2. Muddymoles says:

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  3. Pingback: ATC5K helmet cam review - Chainbreaker | Mutterings, Photos & video | Muddymoles: Mountain biking (MTB) in the Surrey Hills and Mole Valley

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